On October 1, 2016, Gord Fraser was inducted into the Canadian Cycling Hall of Fame at a ceremony in the Mattamy National Cycling Centre in Milton, Ontario.
Fraser compiled more than 200 wins throughout his racing career which including competing against cycling legends like Jan Ulrich, Richard Virenque and Chris Boardman. Fraser competed in three Summer Olympics, four Commonwealth Games as well as Pan Am Games and the Tour de France.
A few Hall of Fame inductees from the inaugural class in 2015 influenced Fraser throughout his career including Curt Harnett, Steve Bauer, Tanya Dubnicoff and especially Gord Singleton and Jocelyn Lovell.
Fraser now works as Director Sportif for Silber Pro Cycling which has become Canada’s top team on the UCI America tour where they ranked second overall in 2016. The team has done an astounding job developing top talent in thanks in large part to the work Fraser has done with some of Canada’s most promising young cyclists like three time Canadian under-23 champion Benjamin Perry, Alexandre Cataford who will be racing for UniterHealthcare in 2017 and Matteo Dal-Cin, the first Canadian winner of the Redlands Cycling Classic in the races 35-year history.